Contemporary Art with a Rock n'Roll edge!

THE DARK SIDE OF THE RAINBOW

PEGASUS SOLO SHOW


The Art Hound are delighted to be working with our favourite Pop Street Artist on his latest incredible project! Pegasus' latest solo show is a visual exploration of a legendary movement and event - the Stonewall Riots on June 28th, New York 1969. Often considered the beginning of the LGBT+ rights movement, the riots began when the Stonewall Inn bar was raided by the authorities - however history is divided on who 'threw the first stone'...

Dark Side of the Rainbow discovers the untold stories and characters of that infamous night through Pegasus' iconic Pop style and street art. Exclusive new works, canvases, neons and installations will all be on display.

Friday 28th June 2024 - LATE OPENING 6pm - 9pm Saturday 29th June 2024 - 12-5pm

4 Garden Walk, London, ECA 3EQ Four minute walk from Old Street London Underground station


We'll send you the online catalogue works are already selling on pre order. RSVP FOR TICKETS OR CATALOGUE - enquiries@thearthoundgallery.com

PAST EVENTS & SHOWS

 

PAINT IT BLACK - START ART FAIR - SAATCHI GALLERY - 10TH TO 15TH OCTOBER 2023

About us:

The Art Hound Gallery is one of the UK's fastest rising Contemporary art galleries, known for its cutting edge cool works and Rock n' Roll heritage. The gallery represents Urban and Pop Art alongside some of the most exciting Contemporary artists and photographers on the scene.

The show:

The Art Hound have been personally invited to create an iconic Rock 'n' Roll based art exhibition to mark 10 year anniversary of Start Art Fair at The Saatchi Gallery. 

For StART 2023, the gallery presents ‘Paint it Black’ - a flat out tribute to Rock music and its visual impact on our culture. From leopard print, spikes and all things glam, to live portraits, LP covers and studio shots, the Art Hound show 5 artists who are as integral in the music scene as their art. 

‘Girls to the front’ - bucking male dominance of both the music and contemporary art world’s, the show will have three female artists as its focus, the Rock industry’s go-to photographer Scarlet Page, the Uber-fan Naomi Wallens and the music festival art-star Lauren Baker.

Supporting the line up are Las Vegas Street Artist You Killed Me First, whose latest collection is a love letter to his time spent as a musician on the Sunset Strip in L.A. & Terry Pastor, the man behind David Bowie’s album covers.

SHOW DATES AND TIMES

TUESDAY 10TH OCTOBER 5pm to 10pm  VVIP PREVIEW
WEDNESDAY 11TH OCTOBER 2023

3pm to 6pm 

6pm to 9pm

COLLECTORS PREVIEW

PRIVATE VIEW

THURSDAY 12TH OCTOBER 2023 11am to 8pm PUBLIC OPENING
FRIDAY 13TH OCTOBER 11am to 8pm PUBLIC OPENING
SATURDAY 14TH OCTOBER 11am to 8pm PUBLIC OPENING
SUNDAY 15TH OCTOBER 11am to 5pm PUBLIC OPENING

  

 

TICKETS: Please email the gallery

enquiries@thearthoundgallery.com

VENUE:

Saatchi Gallery, Duke of York's HQ, King's Rd, London SW3 4RY

(We are Booth 2.2, ground floor)

 

MANCHESTER ART FAIR - 17TH TO 19TH NOVEMBER 2023

The Art Hound Gallery Autumn/Winter 2023 exhibition season rolls straight on tour from London to Manchester. The gallery will exhibit the latest collection of new releases, with both limited edition and unique pieces available to purchase by some of the UK's hottest artists.
The new collection will be shown for very the first time at one of the most fashionable and talked about current art shows, right in the heart of Manchester, with several pieces to be launched exclusively at the show. 

SHOW DATES AND TIMES

FRIDAY 17TH NOVEMBER 2023 5PM to 9PM PREVIEW EVENING
SATURDAY 18TH NOVEMBER 2023 10AM to 6PM WEEKEND TICKETS
SUNDAY 19TH NOVEMBER 2023 10AM to 4PM WEEKEND TICKETS

TICKETS: Please email the gallery

enquiries@thearthoundgallery.com

VENUE:

Manchester Central, Windmill Street, Manchester, M2 3GX 

(We are Booth 414)

 

BATTERSEA, LONDON | 19 - 23 OCTOBER 2022 (STAND D6)

At the centre off our busiest exhibition season to date, The Art Hound Gallery presents a beautifully curated collection of new releases and fan favourites by four of our most sought after artists.
All works at this exhibition are affordably priced at under £7,500 as a maximum.
Some investable gems to look for will include a brand new release of very exclusive medium scale Auric Field diamond dust canvases by international star Lauren Baker. 
We have been working closely with the Goddess of Rock 'n' Roll photography Scarlet Page in the shadows. The exhibition will release three new very exclusive and affordable large scale fine art photographs, featuring never before seen black and white Rock Star portraits. Each will be hand signed by the legendary photographer.
The extraordinarily talented multidisciplinary artist Naomi Wallens will present a collection of cool and edgy new paintings alongside her signature iconic objet d'art bum sculptures. She will also be showcasing our new affordable range of neon artworks featuring iconic song lyrics and hand painted artwork by Naomi. 
Finally, celebrity and collector favourite David Studwell will show a selection of classic crisp diamond dust Hollywood portraits and metallic movie star silkscreens. 

Exhibition Details:: 4pm - 9pm (Contact us for tickets)

Wednesday 19th Private View: 4pm - 9pm (Contact us for tickets)

Thursday 20th: 11am - 9.30pm

Friday 21st: 11am - 9.30pm

Saturday 22nd: 11am - 6pm

Sunday 23rd: 11am - 6pm 

Email: enquiries@thearthoundgallery.com for Complimentary Tickets. 

Venue: 

The Affordable Art Fair Marquee Battersea Evolution
Chelsea Bridge Gate Entrance Battersea Park
London
SW8 4NW

Directions:

Search Evolution London on Google maps, Citymapper, Waze etc. to find the best route to site

Sat Nav postcode:
SW8 4NW
is the postcode you should put into your Sat Nav. This will take you closest to the Chelsea Bridge Gate Entrance of the park – please see location highlighted on map 

 

 

CAGED - RIVERSIDE STUDIOS, LONDON

OPENS 10TH OCTOBER 2022 UP TO JANUARY 2023 

“There’s no fate but what we make for ourselves” (Terminator 2)
For our third collaboration with the West London's legendary arts venue Riverside Studios we present Caged. This heavily curated exhibition is inspired by the new smash hit musical coming into the theatre from LA - 'Cages'. The contemporary pop opera is a gothic romance set in the future, where emotions have been banned and hearts are trapped in cages. 
Tim Burton's romances and American Horror Story meets Blade Runner with contemporary Pop music and electro beats!
Our top tier cutting edge Contemporary artists have been hand picked to respond to these dystopian vibes in serious style by creating a collection of artwork for on public display for sale at Riverside Studios.
Some standout pieces to look out for will include a life like beating human heart lenticular artwork by the superstar light artist Lauren Baker. The insanely talented multidisciplinary artist Naomi Wallens will present a futuristic hand made neon flower painting. Punk Rock Legend Mark Illuminati teams up with Amy Winehouse' Tattoo artist Henry Hate to create a custom neon monkey installation. 
Top international art director Simon Freeborough presents darkly beautiful silkscreens featuring barbed wire and tattooed flowers. The ultra cool Mark Petty presents a selection of intricate multilayered glass silkscreens with skulls and sharks. Lots more to be confirmed.
Suffice to say, these art works will dark, broody, and sexy as hell. 

OPENING EVENT - 12th October 2022 - 6pm to 9pm. See you there or send us a message for your invite!

The Exhibition is free and open to the public for the duration of the show. 

Riverside Studios - 

101 Queen Caroline St, Hammersmith, London W6 9BN

STARS - OPENING NIGHT 13TH OCTOBER 2022 UP TO JANUARY 2023

JOINT EXHIBITION WITH THE BRUNSWICK GALLERY, BLOOMSBURY, LONDON 

We've teamed up with our good friends at the brand spanking new The Brunswick Gallery in central London's Bloomsbury for a stunning exhibition of Contemporary art works. Stars will feature a specially co-curated collection of both investment grade and up and coming artworks created by the most exciting artists on the scene.

Combining our roster of talent with The Brunswick Gallery, this exhibition will feature an  exciting new collection of artwork, presented in a truly stunning new space. The exhibition will feature signature Art Hound top tier talent alongside all new works chosen by The Brunswick Gallery.

Some gems to look out for include all new exclusive Rock 'n' Roll fine art photographs by the legendary Scarlet Page. Expect custom made neon collaborations by world renowned Street Artist Pegasus and Punk Rocker Mark Illuminati. British superstar light artist Lauren Baker will present a series of stunning new Diamond Dust rare canvases. Celebrity favourite David Studwell shows the very best of his signature Hollywood Babylon screen prints; while cutting edge rising star Naomi Wallens presents a new collection of original provocative paintings, cheeky sculptures and her all new hand bent neon creations! 

The Brunswick Gallery is the brainchild of world class record producer and hit songwriter John Themis, along with his creative team Alex Grimwood and Derek Elwood. Expect to see star studded artworks by the likes of music legend Boy George and a lot of Pop culture stars in attendance. The Brunswick Gallery will also present a range of international talent including rare silkscreen prints from the US Pop scene, alongside works by master Sculptor Shaun Gagg and Australian screen printer Angela Morris Winmill.

VIP PRIVATE VIEW & OPENING NIGHT -

Thursday 13th October 6pm - 9pm

PUBLIC OPENING TIMES -

Tuesday to Saturday 11am - 5pm 

VENUE DETAILS -

The Exhibition is free and open to the public for the duration of the show.

The Brunswick Gallery, Unit 68, Marchmont St, Brunswick Centre, London WC1N 1AY

 

HAMPSTEAD, LONDON | 4 - 8 MAY 2022

The Art Hound Gallery presents a selection of our top new picks by our favourite artists for the very first time at the 10th Anniversary of The Affordable Art Fair in London's Hampstead.

Highlights include a very exclusive new collection of fine art photographs by Rock 'n' Roll photographer Scarlet Page, including a personal tribute to her friend the late Taylor Hawkins, with a percentage of profits donated to charitable causes. 

Superstar light artist Lauren Baker shows a mesmerising display of neon magic and a series all new sparkling diamond dust art works. 
Celebrity favourite David Studwell features a collection of glittering classic Golden Age Hollywood silkscreen portraits, alongside his iconic edgy celebrity arrest mugshots. We also present David's latest exclusive release, a very rare co-signed portrait of Downton Abbey's Elizabeth McGovern, which helped raised funds for homeless charity Under One Sky. 

Our baddest ass artist, Naomi Wallens presents a new collection of her provocative and stylish bum sculptures at a range of price points; including bronzes, porcelain champagne ice buckets, hand blown glass lamps created in collaboration with Elliot Walker, star of Netflix series Blown Away and custom intricate Jesmonite hand gilded pieces. 

VIP PRIVATE VIEW -

Wednesday 4th May 5pm - 9pm (BY INVITATION - RSVP)

PUBLIC OPENING TIMES -

Thursday 5th May 11am - 9pm

Friday 6th May 11am - 7pm

Saturday 7th May 11am - 7pm

Sunday 8th May 11am - 6pm


FOR TICKETS & MORE INFORMATION: CLICK HERE

Featured Image - Taylor Hawkins by Scarlet Page

RIVERSIDE STUDIOS - BAD REPUTATION | UNTIL APRIL 18TH 2022

Following on from our collaboration with Riverside Studios Icons exhibition in 2020, The Art Hound Gallery, known for its cutting edge cool, presents an even bigger and badder exhibition for the New Year 2022.

This January the Gallery presents ‘Bad Reputation’ a four month epic art exhibition from Jan 11th – April 18th 2022, inspired by bad ass females and celebrating awesome women who dare to kick back.

Taking a cue from rock n ‘ roll queen Joan Jett for the title, ‘Bad Reputation’ will feature an entirely new collection of artworks by some of the most exciting contemporary artists in the country, created exclusively for sale at the show.

Highlights will include rebellious thought provoking light boxes, paintings and edgy photographic portraits by Street artist and rising star Naomi Wallens.

A rare never before seen Amy Winehouse fine art photograph by legendary Rock 'n' Roll photographer Scarlet Page.

Custom hand blown neons by superstar British artist Lauren Baker will hang cheek by jowl with all new diamond dust celebrity portraits by master screen printer David Studwell. Up and coming urban artists will sit alongside iconic portraits by world renowned Street artist Pegasus.

 OPENING EVENT - 27th JANUARY 6pm to 9pm. See you there or send us a message for your invite!

The Exhibition is free and open to the public for the duration of the show. 

Riverside Studios - 

101 Queen Caroline St, Hammersmith, London W6 9BN


Featured image: All The Girls In London by Naomi Wallens 

 

     

START @ SAATCHI GALLERY |13 - 17 OCT 2021

 

The Art Hound Gallery, known for its cutting edge cool and celebrity connections, represents the fastest rising stars of the current art scene alongside the biggest names in Modern and Contemporary art.

For START 2021, the gallery presents a stunning exhibition of important emerging British and American artists. Highly sought after and collected by Hollywood stars and Sex Pistols across the globe, Mark Illuminati’s hand-blown neon works are inspired by his punk rock roots.

Celebrity favourite David Studwell explores Hollywood Babylon through immaculate diamond dust portraits of Golden Age of Hollywood stars: Monroe, Bardot and Brando presented alongside his collaborations with iconic photographers including Terry O’Neill.

Pegasus, the tag name of London-based American street artist Chris Turner whose ironic and controversial painted portraits of pop culture’s most recognisable icons are increasingly found in the very collections of the A-listers he portrays.

 

VIP Private View
Wednesday 13th October 
Collectors Preview - 2pm - 6pm
VIP Reception - 6pm - 9pm

Public Opening
Thursday 14th October - Sunday 17th October
Session 1: 11 a.m. - 1 p.m.
Session 2: 1 p.m. - 3 p.m.
Session 3: 3 p.m. - 6 p.m.
Saatchi Gallery, Duke of York's Square, King's Rd, Chelsea, London SW3 4RY

 

FOR TICKETS AND MORE INFORMATION - 

www.startartfair.com


Featured image: Prince by Pegasus

 

 

 

 

 

2020 Events 

 

 

 

START @ THE SAATCHI GALLERY | 21- 25 OCT

The Art Hound will be exhibiting in at 2020's START at the world famous Saatchi Gallery with a brand new show of neon and Pop Art aplenty. 

 The Art Hound Gallery, known for its cutting edge cool and celebrity connections, represents the fastest rising stars of the current art scene alongside the biggest names in Modern and Contemporary art.

The gallery returns to its Kings Road roots too for START, presenting a stunning exhibition of three important emerging British artists, themed around decayed glamour, punk rock cool and the dark side of fame.

Starring Mark Illuminati whose punk rock roots inspire his dynamic hand blown neon works, highly sought after and collected by Hollywood Stars and Sex Pistols across the globe.

Featuring celebrity favourite David Studwell and his unique exploration of Hollywood Babylon. Discover immaculate diamond dust portraits of Golden age stars: Monroe, Bardot and Brando alongside collaborations with iconic photographers including Terry O’Neill.

Introducing Simon Freeborough, NME creative powerhouse and blistering new talent, whose complex silkscreens blaze Warhol’s Pop art torch brightly into the 21st century. 

 

VIP Private View
Wednesday 21st October & Thursday 22nd October

Public Opening
Friday 23rd October - Sunday 25th October
Session 1: 11 a.m. - 1 p.m.
Session 2: 1 p.m. - 3 p.m.
Session 3: 3 p.m. - 6 p.m.
Saatchi Gallery, Duke of York's Square, King's Rd, Chelsea, London SW3 4RY

 

FOR TICKETS AND MORE INFORMATION - 

www.startartfair.com


Featured image: Punk Princess by Illuminati Neon 

RIVERSIDE STUDIOS - ICONS | UNTIL JAN 21

 Our big collaboration with @riversidestudioslondon is almost here.
Icons opens Thursday 24th Sept and runs until 31st January 2021.
From Hollywood legends, to Rock & Roll superstars and theatrical celebs, icons have been an inspiration for a wave of artists exploring pop culture and beyond. The Riverside has been host to so many icons from The Sex Pistols to Amy Winehouse and David Bowie. This selection of artwork for sale features the jewels in our collection with works by some of the most exciting artists on the scene, exploring the symbolism of iconography from historical figures to the greater inspiration of the Universe and the very notion of what makes a Star.
Limited Open Day tickets on September 24th September available through the box office on 02082371010 or email reception@riversidestudios.co.uk

The Exhibition is free and open to the public for the duration of the show. 

Riverside Studios - 

101 Queen Caroline St, Hammersmith, London W6 9BN


Featured image: Amy Winehouse by artist David Studwell and original photographer David Katz

LAUREN BAKER SOLO SHOW | MAY 2020


Full Details upcoming - 

The multi sensory exhibition will feature spectacular new large scale Light Art installations, vintage astronomy books destroyed with plastic explosives and reborn as artworks, and exclusive world wide new print releases.

 

Exhibition Dates:

 

POSTPONED - BUT STILL HAPPENING! WATCH THIS SPACE!

Venue:

The Art Hound Gallery, Burwash Manor, New Road, Barton, Cambridge, CB23 7EY 

  

PREVIOUS EVENTS

MONIKER ART FAIR LONDON | OCTOBER 2019

The Art Hound Gallery presents an exclusive world premier of new art works showcasing four rising stars of the contemporary art world. Launching at Moniker in October 2019, the world’s most cutting edge urban and contemporary art fair, will be new exclusive pieces by Simon Freeborough, former Creative director of the NME, Terry Pastor, the original artist behind David Bowie’s Ziggy Stardust and Hunky Dory, and David Studwell, who has recently collaborated with Elton John and iconic photographer Terry O’Neill. Expect Pop Art and Pop Culture on a large scale, all in the place the Art Hound began back in 2012 - London’s King’s Road.

An Art Hound experience would not be complete without Lauren Baker, who fresh from her latest exhibit at the Tate Modern, will be showing new neon artworks and more. 

There will be many new and exclusive print releases and launches, but two of the highlights are;

‘The Future is Unwritten’  by David Studwell, an incredible limited edition screenprint of Joe Strummer on the cusp of fame. The work shows him backstage at an early Clash gig at the Royal College of Art in 1976. The piece is a collaboration between David Studwell and the original photographer and former bandmate of Strummer, Julian Yewdall.

‘Diamond Daydream’ by Terry Pastor, a brand new crystal encrusted version of his alternative original artwork for David Bowie’s 1971 Hunky Dory album. The image shows a rare portrait of Bowie that was very nearly the album cover.

The works will be available through the Art Hound website at the launch on October 2nd and any remaining artworks will be on sale and to view in our Cambridge gallery at Burwash Manor from October 8th.

 

Exhibition Dates:

2nd October - 6th October 2019

Wednesday 2nd October | VIP & Collectors Preview | 3pm - 10pm

Thursday 3rd October |  3pm - 10pm

Friday 4th October | 1pm - 9pm

Saturday 5th October | 11am - 8pm

Sunday 7th October | 11am - 6pm

Venue:

Chelsea Sorting Office, 90-100 Sydney Street, London SW3 6N

Tickets:

Tickets available from monikerartfair.com

For more information email enquiries@thearthoundgallery.com or visit www.monikerartfair.com

ANNUAL OPEN HOUSE | JUNE 2019

The annual invitation to delve into the depths of The Art Hound collection has taken a new twist - inspired by collaborations with underground Urban artists, The Art Hound has set up its very own Fight Club - but this one you can talk about...

The Fight Club opening night of the Summer Open House event will see two current Urban artists - Charlotte Cooper and Alan Rogerson - slug it out in an edgy live art battle. The works created on the night will be voted on by the audience, winner declared and be up for sale.

The Art Hound Gallery Summer Open House is an unique opportunity to view on display over a thousand pieces of art work from the vast gallery collection in the beautiful rural setting of The Secret Garden Marquee at Burwash Manor. It will also offer the perfect chance to discover how to invest in art, how to pick the right artists and start a collection, alongside finding the perfect piece for your wall.

A huge variety of work will feature - all for sale - dating from 1910 to the present day, featuring all 20th century genres and the big names of both Modern and Contemporary Art. Browse through works by Picasso, Banksy, Tracey Emin and Matisse, alongside the current crop of cutting edge artists such as Lauren Baker, Shepard Fairey and Pure Evil. Price points will start from under £50 to £6,000.

All works will be for sale on the day.

Fight Club on Friday 29th will include welcome drinks and music. Open House carries on for the whole of Saturday 29th and Sunday 30th during the day.

 

Dates:
Friday 28th June | FIGHT CLUB | 7pm - 9pm

Saturday 29th June | Open to public | 10am - 5pm

Sunday 30th June | Open to public | 10am - 5pm

Venue:
The Secret Garden Marquee, Burwash Manor
New Road, Barton, Cambridge, CB23 7EY

For your Fight Club invite - e-mail enquiries@thearthoundgallery.com - everyone is invited! 

NEAT, NEAT, NEAT | PUNK AND PRINTMAKING | MAY 2019

The Art Hound Gallery are proud to present a new immersive exhibition chronicling the art, music and attitude of the punk movement through print making. 

From photo copied cut and paste fanzines, to 7 inch single covers hand screen printed in basements, the visuals of punk were created by musicians and artists pushing the boundaries with print. The underground DIY print ethos of the scene created infamous icons such as the Misfits’ Skull and The Sex Pistols safety pinned Queen - once banned and feared, these images emblazon merchandise world wide today and have come to represent the rebellion of a generation. 

Neat, Neat, Neat will explore the print work of punk from the 1970s to the present day. Featured artists will include Jamie Reid, the Sex Pistols artist who originated the iconic cut up text and ripped up flags associated with UK punk, Shepard Fairey, America’s biggest street artist and Jimmy Cauty, one of the masterminds behind Art Punk band The KLF. Alongside there will be a Rock N’ Roll selection of brand new works from the Art Hound’s top Contemporary Artists created just for the show, influenced by the people, the music and the attitude. 

The list of artists creating exclusive works just for the show include; Terry Pastor (David Bowie’s original LP cover artist), Simon Freeborough (former Creative Director of the NME), David Studwell (Contemporary Pop Artist whose collectors include Kate Moss and Nile Rodgers), Clare Wardman and Iain Robertson (top Contemporary Abstract artists, whose work has featured at The Tate) and up and coming urban artists and print makers such as Chris Bourke, Alex Bucklee and Charlotte Cooper. Also featured will be neon light art by major international artist Lauren Baker. Neat, Neat, Neat will also see the introduction of underground all female urban art collective Channel 138 to the gallery. 

The show will also feature rare original posters from the 70’s punk scene, original film and music chronicling punk both now and then, and some of the stories of Cambridge’s incredible punk past - what exactly happened on the 24th November 1979 between The Damned and The Misfits - two of punks biggest bands - in Cambridge City Centre?

 

Dates:
24th May 2019 - 16th June 

Open Sunday - Tuesday | 10am - 5pm

Monday by Appointment 

LATE NIGHT OPENING SATURDAY 25TH MAY - 5pm TO 8PM

Venue:
The Art Hound Gallery, Burwash Manor,
New Road, barton, Cambridge, CB23 7EY

Full list of Artists featured in the show -

Jamie Reid, John Angus, Jimmy Cauty, Billy Childish, Shepard Fairey, Terry Pastor, David Studwell, Charlotte Cooper, Alan Rogerson, Will Wright, Chris Bourke, Callum Russell, Libby Morris, Barry D. Bulsara, Clare Wardman, Iain Robertson, Alex Bucklee, Simon Freeborough, Jessica Ballantyne, Lauren Baker and introducing Channel 138

the Art Hound x Lauren Baker | Moniker Art Fair London | October 2018

We are excited to announce we are representing Lauren Baker at this year's Moniker International Art Fair at the Old Truman Brewery, Brick Lane in London.

The Art Hound Gallery x Lauren Baker

‘The Immensity of the Universe’

Solo Show at Moniker Art Fair, London 2018 - 4th October to 7th October 2018

Look at the immensity of the Universe and you will see that freedom is a state of mind... Humans and galaxies share 97% of the same kind of atoms. Our bodies are made of remnants of stars and massive explosions in galaxies. Astronomers have proved that quite simply... we are made of stardust. And in summary, freedom is a state of mind.

(Lauren Baker, August 2018)

In her latest series of works, Lauren Baker has drawn inspiration from NASA’s famous Hubble telescope. When Hubble focused in on a seemingly unremarkable area of deep space; 100 billion new galaxies were discovered, revealing the true nature of The Immensity of the Universe. Lauren Baker’s latest light art creations are inspired by these mind expanding discoveries, inviting us to reflect upon the complexity and endless possibilities of the universe.

The Art Hound Gallery are proud to present Lauren Baker’s most experimental and explosive exhi- bition to date. ‘The Immensity of The Universe’ will be a full sensorial experience, cloaking the visi- tor in walls of stardust and crystals. The show will feature several new large scale Light Art installa- tions: including “The Frequency of the Sun”, which allows the viewer to experience ever changing waves of colour and the actual sound frequency of the Sun. In her newest dynamic works, Lauren Baker’s series of “Explosion Art” explores the chemical processes which create the Universe. These amazing works are created physically with titanium, blackpowder fireballs and high octane pyrotechnics, leaving a visual impact of the explosion as part of the artwork. These works will be released worldwide as a new series at Moniker Art Fair 2018.

Exhibition Dates and Details: 4th October to 7th October 2018:

Thursday 4th: VIP & Press: 3pm - 5pm

Collectors Preview: 5pm - 11pm

Friday, 5th: 12pm - 10pm

Saturday, 6th: 11am - 9pm

Sunday, 7th: 11am - 6pm

LOCATION: The Old Truman Brewery 91 Brick Lane, E1 6QL London, UK

For more information - contact us - enquiries@thearthoundgallery.com

The art hound Gallery Summer Open House | June 2018

Delve into the depths of The Art Hound collection!

The Art Hound Gallery Summer Open House will be a one off opportunity to view on display over a thousand pieces of art work from the gallery in the beautiful rural setting of The Secret Garden Marquee at Burwash Manor.

A chance to see a huge variety of work - all for sale - ranging from Damien Hirst and Tracey Emin, to original prints by emerging artists. Prices will range from £50 to £6,000.

Discover oil paintings, limited edition original prints, experimental mixed media pieces and rare lithographs dating from 1910 to the present day, featuring all 20th century genres and the big names of both Modern and Contemporary Art. Browse through works by Picasso, Terry Frost, Peter Blake and Dali, alongside the current crop of cutting edge artists such as Lauren Baker, Shepard Fairey and Street Artist Bambi.

The Art Hound Gallery will also be unveiling some new ways of exploring their art collection for visitors, including our signature listening and viewing booth, tactile interactive urban art and launching something very special - The World’s First Art Gumball Machine! Created by the Art Hound Gallery in collaboration with their artist collective, visitors will be able to buy art directly from a vintage Gumball machine - with random outcomes.

All works will be for sale on the day.

Private View on Friday 22nd will include welcome drinks and music. Open House carries on for the whole of Saturday 23rd during the day.

The Art Hound Gallery Summer Open House

Venue - The Secret Garden Marquee, Burwash Manor, New Road,Barton, Cambridge, CB23 7EY 

Date - Saturday 23rd June 

Time -10am to 5pm

Private View - Friday 22nd June (7pm to 9pm)

For your private view invite - e-mail enquiries@thearthoundgallery.com

For more information drop into the gallery - The Art Hound Gallery, Burwash Manor, New Road, Barton, Cambridge, CB23 7EY or call 01223 262033

The Art Hound Gallery 'Pop' Up | May 2018

Join The Art Hound Gallery - where Urban Hip meets Rural Chic - for a night of Pop Art and Pop Culture. The Art Hound is venturing into Cambridge City Centre to exhibit an exciting selection of their collection. You’ll discover works by world famous Pop Artists from the UK, the USA and beyond - Sir Peter Blake, Sir Eduardo Paolozzi, Andy Warhol, James Rosenquist and more - alongside the contemporary artists continuing their Pop-soaked legacy.

Directly influenced by the masters of Pop Art, you’ll find art by the current crop of top Street and Urban artists from across the globe - Shepard Fairey, Bambi, Pure Evil and Banksy. Damien Hirst, Tracey Emin and Jamie Reid will also feature alongside some of the fast rising stars of the Contemporary Art scene.

There will be a cocktail on arrival, bar, live performance at 7pm and a New York/Andy Warhol inspired soundtrack all night!

All works will be for sale. We'll have some very special brand new works in the show. 

The Art Hound Gallery ‘Pop!’ Up
Venue - Upstairs at Benet’s, 21 King's Parade, Cambridge CB2 1SP Date - Friday 11th May
Time - 6.30pm to 9pm
Performance at 7pm

Attendance is by invitation -
e-mail enquiries@thearthoundgallery.com for your invite